In the winter, Crytek will run several closed-alpha tests on “Hunt: Showdown” before entering early access.
News from November 9, 2017: Crytek has announced that there will be several closed alpha testing phases this winter for the Hunt: Showdown action game. “Hunt: Showdown” is a competitive first-person shooter with extensive PvE elements released via the Steam Early Access.
“The Closed-Alpha will be our first opportunity to get player feedback, and we’re excited about how the testers will interact with the game, after the first tests with a very limited number of players, we always plan with each phase Invite more testers This is the first step in building a close relationship with our community and integrating feedback into our development process, which we intend to continue and intensify through early access, “says Producer Fatih Özbayram.
Update of December 22, 2017: It is now clear that the closed alpha phase will begin in January 2018. Registration is possible via the official site .
Patiently, hunters everywhere have eagerly awaited the chance to confront the darkness.
This January, hunting season will begin!
The Association has need of your skills, hunter. Glory awaits those brave enough to face the darkness. #darkawaits
— Hunt: Showdown (@HuntShowdown) December 20, 2017